Traffic and Grounds Crew Chief
Mt Seymour Resorts is a winter recreation area located in North Vancouver, we offer a variety of winter recreation activities including skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing.
We are currently seeking a full time, Traffic & Grounds Crew Chief to join our Operations team.
Title: Traffic & Grounds Crew Chief
Department: Mountain Operations
Reports to: Facilities Supervisor & Operations Manager
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reporting to the Facilities Supervisor and Operations Manager, the Traffic and Grounds Crew Chief is responsible for leading and providing direction to the Traffic and Grounds attendants while demonstrating a standard of excellence that represents a safe, friendly, and efficient department.
- To uphold Mt Seymour’s mandate to “excite and engage everyone in mountain recreation by providing fun, safe and enriching experiences”
- To uphold and promote Mt Seymour’s Core Values: Safety, Fun, Integrity, Accessibility and Environmental Stewardship.
- Compliance with all Mt Seymour policies and procedures.
- Report and rectify unsafe acts, conditions, or procedures.
- Safe Operation of Mt Seymour vehicles in adverse driving conditions.
- To help lead the Traffic & Grounds Attendants supplying them with to do lists and guidance during execution of department responsibilities including:
- The layout and dismantling of traffic and parking lot markers and signage
- The removal of snow from public and staff entrances/exits around buildings, drainage, and rooftops.
- Ensuring the collection of all outside garbage and transfer station runs when required.
- Providing traffic control for motor vehicle incidents on roadway while assisting emergency agencies.
- Ensuring the collection of recyclable items and transporting them to proper stations.
- Ensuring fuel and propane measurements are collected daily and recorded in the “Fuel Levels” binder and communicated to the Base Radio Operator.
- Ensure all overnight vehicles are reported to Base Radio Operators each morning prior to 10 am.
- Ensure that the parking lot is staffed and maintained on high volume days; i.e. directing cars to empty parking spots and keeping through lanes free flowing.
- Ensure proper, safe, and effective setup, and dismantling and handling of all required equipment.
- Ensuring all shipping and receiving and off hill duties are completed as required.
- Other related duties as required.
- Valid BC Class 5 driver’s license or international equivalent with abstract for the past 5 years with experience driving in winter & mountain conditions.
- Traffic Control Person Certificate (Mt Seymour provided if not already obtained)
- Ability to provide a clean Criminal Record Check.
- Good written and verbal communication skills in English.
- Must be able to physically:
- Carry approximately 30 lbs. of equipment/gear for up to 1 km,
- Shovel heavy snow for up to 8 hours (little to no breaks),
- Sustain physical activity for 8 working hours,
- Stand for 8 working hours,
- Work in a fast-paced environment.
- Experience leading teams,
- Experience managing motor vehicle accident scenes,
- Experience driving in mountainous winter conditions,
- Verbal Judo Training
- Strong public relations and guest service skills.
- Ability to stay assertive while maintaining a friendly demeanor.
- Ability to work well under pressure in a high-volume environment with ability to reason and react with quick, thoughtful judgement.
- Able to follow direction and work unsupervised.
- Available to work a flexible schedule including days, evenings, weekends, and holidays.
- Have a positive attitude in all weather conditions.
- Ability to be a supportive team member beyond Traffic and Grounds department.
RATE OF PAY:
- Based on compatibility with experience, qualifications, and assets.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
- Seasonal position, December to mid-April.
- Hourly wage.
- Complimentary Season’s pass and shuttle bus pass.
- Range of industry discounts and perks.
To apply please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the position you are applying for, or complete the online application form.